# Volume by Counting Unit Cubes Worksheets

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This batch of free, printable worksheets on finding the volume by counting unit cubes is a great practice resource for young learners. Apart from helping them envision how a 3D shape is made up of multiple cubes, it also equips them with an important piece of information: the total number of cubes equals the volume of the shape. Featured here is a host of rectangular prisms and solid blocks composed of cubes of side length one unit. Children are expected to calculate the volume of each shape by counting the cubes along the length, width, and height.

These pdf volume by counting unit cubes worksheets are best suited for grade 4 and grade 5 kids.

CCSS: 5.MD.4

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Volume of Rectangular Prisms | Unit Cubes - Easy

Kick off nice and easy with these pdf exercises, where 4th grade math wizards flex their skills by counting the number of unit cubes to determine the volume of each rectangular prism. Volume of Rectangular Prisms | Unit Cubes - Moderate

Level up practice with these moderately difficult, printable worksheets on finding volume with unit cubes. Carefully count the number of cubes to figure out the volume of each rectangular prism. Volume of Solid Blocks | Unit Cubes - Easy

Transition seamlessly to solid blocks using these easy-level worksheets that task 5th grade children with counting the unit cubes that make up each solid block in order to find their volumes. Volume of Solid Blocks | Unit Cubes - Moderate

Race toward the finish line with these moderately-difficult worksheet pdfs on finding volume by counting unit cubes. Traverse the expanse of each figure, counting the unit cubes as you go. 